After the release of Ryan Vail’s ‘Colours' EP earlier in the year, the young Northern Irish producer returns with a full set of remixes from a heavyweight team of some of the best and most exciting production outfits out there right now. 100% Silk's Mike Norris steps out of his role as keyboardist for La Roux and into his Fort Romeau guise to provide the first remix in the bundle, subtly blending vocoder vocal lines with an irresistible slow-mo house groove on ‘These Words.’ Shrouded in the mysterious moniker of Unknown, the anonymous producer who came to prominence via a selection of Youtube videos uploaded over the past few months, provides a rasping cut of deep, organ-driven melancholia which is guaranteed to further fire the embers of intrigue which have clung to him. End of 2012 album charts won’t be complete without a mention of Auntie Flo’s Future Rhythm Machine which came out back in May. Here, Brian D’Souza adds some of his distinctive flavour to a reworking of ‘Turning’ which pits laid back, organic percussion with soft guitar, flute and marimba touches. Lithuania’s Ernestas Kausylas aka Brokenchord is known for creating productions which hover around a unique blend of dubstep, hip-hop, funky, garage and R&B and this remix is no exception.